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SUSTAINABILITY

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FIM has a strong sustainability policy dating back to 1992

Recently a renewed strategy based on six fundamental pillars: people, sustainable events, sustainable development goals (SDG), governance, awareness and climate. An environmental code that groups all regulations aimed at protecting soil, biodiversity and water amongst others.

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All FIM events have mandatory regulations and penalties for non-compliance with the environmental protection rules described in the FIM Environmental Code. Also, the organisers have guidelines for organising high-impact events based on a series of mitigation measures to protect natural resources and to support the SDGs’ achievement. The FIM has a highly trained technical team to carry out sound measurements so that participating motorcycles do not exceed the limits allowed by technical and environmental regulations.

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Sound level control and noise pollution prevention

The FIM motorcycle sound measurement specialists perform technical inspections on all participant’s motorcycles, including decibel measurements, using advanced equipment and measurement methods. The event counts on an experienced Sound Control Officer (SCO) and/or an acoustic engineer, if applicable. Additionally, exhaust pipes and silencers must fulfil all the requirements concerning sound control.

Protection of soil and water courses

The FIM motorcycle sound measurement specialists perform technical inspections on all participant’s motorcycles, including decibel measurements, using advanced equipment and measurement methods. The event counts on an experienced Sound Control Officer (SCO) and/or an acoustic engineer, if applicable. Additionally, exhaust pipes and silencers must fulfil all the requirements concerning sound control.

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